A recent Gartner poll shows that 5% of top business executives have decided to invest in bitcoin as a company asset this year.
Investing in cryptocurrencies has become one of the topics of interest for large companies and business activists. After Tesla’s $ 1.5 billion investment in Bitcoin and the rise in the price of the cryptocurrency in a short period of time, it seems that the top executives of other companies are also planning to follow in the footsteps of Ilan Mask.
A Gartner survey shows that companies are increasingly interested in investing in cryptocurrencies. From large companies such as Microsoft to smaller companies have decided to pay special attention to bitcoin. Over the past week, Twitter, Uber, JP Morgan and several billion dollar companies have announced that they intend to include the code for digital currencies, especially bitcoin, in their payments.
Nevertheless, bitcoin fluctuations are still a concern. Although the survey results show that 5% of top business executives have decided to invest in Bitcoin as a corporate asset, due to the high fluctuations in the value of Bitcoin, many executives intend to wait until the price stabilizes. Hold the currency code and then enter the investment.
According to the survey, a total of 16% of top business executives are definitely interested in buying bitcoin, yet they are not in a hurry to buy it. The financial managers of companies have a duty to consider the financial balance of the company. For this reason, entering an area that is still unknown to some is not an easy task and needs to be explored.
One of the challenges for most of the executives surveyed was the volatility of bitcoin prices, which they described as a big risk. On the other hand, concerns about monitoring the performance of the cryptocurrency market and the possibility of its devaluation are other issues that most of them mentioned.